It can be difficult to stop and take a breather as the end of the year nears.
We have compiled a list of classes that include self-massage and pandiculation as well as qi-gong-inspired movements, mantras, mudras, and breathwork. This will help you move from restlessness to relaxation.
Letting Go – Pranayama + Yang + Meditation
This class combines standing pranayama with Yin poses, grounding meditation and a balancing pranayama. It will help you feel energized and relaxed.
This short exploration of rolling, rocking and shifting weight on the floor will leave you feeling awake, alert, and refreshed without ever needing to get off your mat.
Slides and tilts
Stressed? Overworked? Are you struggling to slow down? This deeply healing practice will leave you feeling loved in your lower back, hips and sacrum.
Self-soothing methods to calm down
There are many techniques that can calm down your nervous system no matter where you may be or what you’re doing. You only need 2 tennis balls and a few blocks.
This sweet and simple practice with Katy involves breathing, hand gestures (mudra), and guided affirmations. It will help you feel more peaceful, calm, and relaxed.
Enjoy a delight
This nurturing, grounding practice incorporates gentle movements. It helps you to find a balance between activation, rest, and meditation. It seems like an hour flew by.
This deeply relaxing practice combines Yin yoga with breathwork to show you how your breath affects your mind.
Pandiculation: Stretching like a cat
Try a technique that involves stretching, tensing and yawning to see how it resets your body’s muscular system. One member said, “Lolling around with purpose.”
Sing, breathe, sing
This unique combination of mantras and breathwork creates a calming, connecting effect that is incredibly relaxing. Give it a shot!
25 minutes Yin-before bed practice
This Yin practice will help you to connect with your body and mind if another day passes without a moment of connection.